Euro 2016: UEFA expect €830m Euros profit
"The numbers are positive" says UEFA interim general secretary Theodore Theodoridis
UEFA's projected tournament finances published the total revenue of 1.93 Billion Euros ($2.13 Billion) for the expanded 24-team tournament.
"The numbers are positive," UEFA interim general secretary Theodore Theodoridis said at a news conference, adding that a larger event "was a big success."
Revenue is forecast to rise by 34% - earned from 20 extra matches - over Euro 2012, which had 16 teams and 31 matches played in Poland and Ukraine.
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